Cascadia Disability Law


Cascadia Disability Law

Social Security, Social Security -- Disability, Veterans' Affairs

  • Fax: 888-988-0014
  • Firm Size: 3 Attorneys
  • Firm Year: 2010
  • Office Hour: Monday - Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:50 p.m., Friday 9:00 a.m. - 12 Noon
  • Language: English

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Social Security -- Disability, Social Security, Disability, Veterans' Affairs
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Cascadia Disability Law LLC Portland Disability Benefits Attorney serves people seeking disability benefits. We assist individuals with disabilities in achieving a modicum of financial and healthcare security. We help clients seeking benefits from all Social Security disability programs. Portland Disability Benefits Attorney offers a free initial telephone or in-person consultation and there are no upfront legal fees, if we do not win you benefits there are no attorney’s fees. Call or email us anytime – 503-891-8376,

  • Should You Hire an Attorney to Assist You with Your Disability Claim?
    Federal Government Garnishment of Social Security Benefits
    What Are Your Chances When You Apply for Social Security Disability
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Contingent fee, regulated by the Social Security Administration; 25% of the past due benefits or $7200, whichever is LESS
  • Client v. Commissioner
    Award of Benefits for 2004 to present
    Client2 v. Social Security Administration
    Remanded for a hearing on the merits
    Client1 v. Social Security Disability
    Award of Past-due Benefits for approx. 9 years
Cascadia Disability Law
4915 N Interstate Avenue
Portland, OR 97217


4915 N Interstate Avenue
Portland, OR 97217

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